British Council Vacancy Fresh Graduates

British Council Vacancy Fresh Graduates

British Council Vacancy Fresh Graduates

Through education, the arts and culture, and the English language, British Council fosters relationships, mutual understanding, and trust between citizens of the UK and other nations. We operate in two ways: first, we work one-on-one with people to change their lives, and second, we collaborate with partners and governments to create longer-lasting change that benefits millions of people worldwide.

We assist young people in acquiring the knowledge, self-assurance, and contacts they need to reach their full potential and take part in vibrant, diverse communities. We help them acquire internationally recognized credentials, a top-notch education, and English language proficiency. Our work in the arts and culture fosters creative enterprise and encourages creative expression and exchange.

We establish connections between the finest aspects of the UK and the global community. Through these relationships, we are able to recognize one another’s strengths as well as our shared values and difficulties. This fosters trust that endures even in the event of strained official relations between citizens of the UK and other countries. We have field operations in more than 100 nations. We had direct interactions with 80 million people in 2019–20, and we had total interactions with 791 million people through our broadcasts, publications, and online presence.

Position: English Programmes Intern

Essential requirements:

  • experience contributing to programs or projects in a supporting capacity.
  • experience in financial and administrative administration.

Main accountabilities but not limited to the following:

  • Managing self and others holds suppliers and vendors responsible for providing services.
  • possesses the capacity to manage workload in relation to project deadlines and operate independently.

Monetary assistance

  • As required by audit regulations, keep accurate and complete records of all financial transactions.
  • Make sure that payments are made on schedule, in compliance with the rules of the FABS online system (SAP Finance), and that vendor relationships are preserved.
  • Adherence to BC’s financial policies and guidelines.

Project Management

  • In charge of data management, which includes timely data entry, data quality assurance, basic monitoring data analysis, and creating progress reports that satisfy funders’ requirements.
  • helps with internal compliance tasks like data collection, storage, records management, and due diligence.
  • oversees training and event-based elements of a program.
  • helps the project/programme manager carry out diversity mainstreaming action plans by offering support and assistance.

Relationship and Stakeholder Management

  • Manages relationships with vendors and suppliers and holds them to account for delivering services.

Further Information

  • Contract Type – Fixed Term Contract lapsing on 15/04/2025
  • Location – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Department/Function – Cultural Engagement/Programmes
  • Additional information
  • Some travel and evening working within Ethiopia.
  • Some unsocial working hours.
  • The job requires medical, criminal records, and/or child protection checks.
  • Language requirements: English language (IELTS 6 or above equivalent) and fluency in Amharic
  • The Role holder must have existing rights to live and work in the country the role is based.
  • Closing Date – 28 April 2924. Applications will close at 23:59 East Africa Time

How to Apply: Applications to this role can only be considered when made through the Apply section of our career’s website. Our ‘ASK HR’ email is only to be used in case of a technical issue encountered when applying through the career’s website. Emails with supporting statements and CV/Resumes sent to this email address will not be reviewed and will be deleted.

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